Neuroethics is a distinct content field that is concerned with the ethics of neuroscience and the neuroscience of ethics in clinical specialties like neurology neurosurgery and neuropsychology neuroethics focuses on the ethics of neurotechnology research and application as well as social and policy issues associated with their use. Ethical issues in neurology 3rd edition edited by james l bernat 544 pp philadelphia lippincott williams wilkins 2008 8495 in the decade since the publication of the last edition of ethical issues in neurology the field of clinical neuroscience has continued to face challenges old and new that raise ethical problems in daily practice. No medical specialty addresses fundamental ethical issues more frequently than does neurology the reason is simple the brain is so basic to human identity that even the language of transplants must be stood on its head when we talk about it for who could argue that a brain transplant could be anything but a misnomer. Ethical issues in neurology hardcover march 10 2008 by james l bernat md author 48 out of 5 stars 3 ratings see all formats and editions hide other formats and editions amazon price new from used from hardcover please retry cdn 15795 cdn 4666 cdn 2195 paperback please retry cdn 6400 cdn 6230 hardcover cdn 15795 5 used from cdn 2195 6 new from cdn 4666 . However some research involving people with neurologic diseases presents serious ethical and regulatory challenges as the decade of the brain progresses it is appropriate to give attention not only to the scientific but also the ethical dimensions of neurologic diseases
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